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  1. One man travelled to Turkey to try and find his missing brother by sifting through rubble himself.
  2. The aircraft was hit by a Russian-made missile in eastern Ukraine in 2014, killing 298 people.
  3. Video shows a rescue team pull two adults and four children from rubble in Idlib, Syria.
  4. Igor Mangushev was shot in the head and his killing sparks speculation about who was to blame.
  5. A naval vessel intercepted a massive 3.2 tonnes haul found drifting in the Pacific Ocean.
  6. Despite claims the fire had been extinguished, the BBC witnessed it still smouldering on Wednesday.
  7. The deadline to stop using old naira notes was Friday but banks did not have enough new currency.
  8. The president's State of the Union speech called for unity, but he was heckled by some Republicans.
  9. It is the first time the government has rejected such a proposal, saying it posed an "unacceptable risk".
  10. The letters, written during her English captivity, were found during a trawl of French archives.
  11. LeBron James becomes the NBA's all-time leading scorer, passing Kareem Abdul-Jabbar's 39-year-old record.
  12. US intelligence sources tell media the balloon was spying on US and allied defence capabilities.
  13. Papuan separatists have told the BBC that Philip Mehrtens will be held as "leverage" in talks.
  14. Brandon Tsay disarmed a gunman. The president praised him during Tuesday's big speech.
  15. This small Ukrainian city has been at the centre of an epic six-month battle on the front line.
  16. Behind the sale of a masterpiece painting is the story of a Jewish girl's extraordinary escape from the Nazis.
  17. Cheating in exams is common in India, where students go to great lengths to land a government job.
  18. Amid Russia's isolation, its friendship with Mali blossoms, but has it stopped jihadist violence?
  19. The country amassed zero-Covid infrastructure - now much of it is being dismantled or repurposed.
  20. Ismael had just left his six-year-old son for treatment when the massive earthquake struck.
  21. Two earthquakes have killed more than 11,000 people in southern Turkey and northern Syria.
  22. The BBC's Anna Foster has spent two days travelling alone towards the earthquake epicentre.
  23. Police and a bystander pull an unconscious man from a crashed car moments before it catches fire.
  24. The BBC's Quentin Sommerville has seen first hand the destruction in Antakya, a city in the south of Turkey.
  25. Tom Bateman was reporting from Adana, Turkey, when asked to be be quiet.
  26. Since arriving in the UK from Afghanistan, Mina, Persia and Arifa have been training twice a week.
  27. A building collapses causing a reporter and his team to run in panic in Malatya, Turkey.
  28. Anna Foster is in Adana, one of the cities hit by the earthquakes.